Peter Wolfe Chapter
Dedicated to completing the North Country National Scenic Trail across Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula.
Based in the western Upper Peninsula (U.P.) of Michigan, the Peter Wolfe Chapter is responsible for developing, maintaining, protecting and promoting their 140-mile section of the North Country National Scenic Trail (NCNST). It spans from M-64 near Bergland to eastern Baraga County near Marquette, and passes through the Ottawa National Forest.
The Peter Wolfe Chapter is named after one of the early North Country Trail long-distance hikers of the same name. Currently, we have about 30 members. You can be our newest member by joining NCTA / PWF.
The chapter organizes a variety of activities, including an annual General Membership Meetings, trail maintenance work days, hikes, and snowshoe and cross-country ski outings.
The Peter Wolfe Chapter of the NCT invites you on another NCT snowshoe hike; join us on the beautiful O Kun de Kun Falls NCT trail on Sunday afternoon, Feb 28th starting at 2pm Eastern from the trailhead off US45. This is about a 3 mile round trip snowshoe hike in the Ottawa National Forest in Ontonagon county; driving map here. Please carpool if possible as winter parking is limited.